PUDDLES PITY PARTY RETURNS TO VEGAS!
March 8, 2019
ABOUT THIS LAS VEGAS SHOW
Puddles Pity Party, America’s giant, sad clown with the golden voice, continues his limited engagement with nine indelible nights at Cleopatra’s Barge at Caesars Palace. The new dates at begin April 25 through June 15.
Puddles’ show, in the intimate setting of the iconic Caesars Palace showroom, consists of several new tunes and plenty of Puddles classics, as well as improvisational audience participation moments including a “Luck of the Draw” segment where fans roll the dice or pick a card to determine which song Puddles will sing next. Each show is a bit different from the next, depending on which song titles the audience selects.
This new string of dates follows a sold-out three-week run that Puddles debuted at Caesars Palace in January, which was attended by a host of legendary entertainers and local luminaries including Penn Jillette, Kate Flannery, Mac King, Doug Benson and Mat Franco.
Tickets on sale NOW for all of the following performances:
- April 2019: 25, 26, 27
- May 2019: 2, 3, 4
- June 2019: 13, 14, 15
Orders of 10 or more tickets please call 1-866-574-3851 or email our team
VIP UPGRADE PACKAGE
There is no better way to kick-off a Puddles Pity Party experience than with the Puddles upgrade package. Package includes early admission into the venue, a soulful serenade from Puddles, pre-show Puddles Cuddle and photo op, exclusive VIP3er souvenir, and fast friendships with your fellow P3ers!
ABOUT PUDDLES PITY PARTY
The cult phenomenon, Puddles Pity Party, whose emotive performances combine expert clown craft and pitch-perfect song styling, has earned world-wide recognition from critics and fans. He has performed everywhere from NBC’s America’s Got Talent (as a quarter finalist on Season 12), to Postmodern Jukebox, amassing more than 100 million YouTube views, and has received celebrity cosigns from Paul Reubens, Jack Black, Neil Patrick Harris, Penn Jillette, Drew Carey, Eric Idle, Jane Lynch, Michael McKean, Nick Offerman and more. His one-of-a-kind “textured voice laced with melancholy” (NY Times), has been hailed as “operatic” (LA Weekly) and his show both “life-affirming” (Herald Scotland) and “hysterically funny” (Boston Globe).